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This 1951 photo was taken from Dorchester Blvd. (now René-Lévesque Blvd.), It shows the Western Division of the Montreal General Hospital. Several buildings were demolished to make way for the Montreal Children’s Hospital, which took over the site in 1956. Photo found in the Montreal Gazette Archives

This 1951 photo was taken from Dorchester Blvd. (now René-Lévesque Blvd.), It shows the Western Division of the Montreal General Hospital. Several buildings were demolished to make way for the Montreal Children’s Hospital, which took over the site in 1956. Photo found in the Montreal Gazette Archives

Bus de la ligne 15 sur la rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest à l'angle du square Phillips, 1964 (Photo: Archives de la STM)

Bus de la ligne 15 sur la rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest à l'angle du square Phillips, 1964 (Photo: Archives de la STM)

Montréal, les années 50's - Montreal, the 50's

20 Pictures Of Montreal In The 1950s That Show A Simpler Yet Very Colourful Time

Rue Ontario vers l'est à partir de l'intersection de l'avenue De Lorimier [1936]

Rue Ontario vers l'est à partir de l'intersection de l'avenue De Lorimier [1936]

Photo © Archives de la Ville de Montréal / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Photo © Archives de la Ville de Montréal / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

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Rue De Montigny (devenue boulevard de Maisonneuve) et rue St-Denis

20 Pictures Of Montreal In The 1950s That Show A Simpler Yet Very Colourful Time - MTL Blog

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1931 ---rue Beaumont coin Wiseman...Park-Extension

1931 ---rue Beaumont coin Wiseman...Park-Extension

File:Angle du boulevard Saint-Laurent et de la rue Sainte-Catherine Montreal 1905.jpgA 6-kilometre (3.7 mi) long stretch of Saint Laurent Boulevard where consecutive waves of immigrants settled; the merging and mixing of cultures created a character that inspired novelists, poets, singers, and film-makers

Lawrence Main and St. Catherine Street, Montreal, about 1905 Anonyme - Anonymous About century Silver salts on paper mounted on paper - Gelatin silver process 20 x 25 cm Purchase from Mr.

Montreal 1859. The Hay Market> North.    McCord Museum Archives / W. Notman.  The site says the "Hay Market", the hay market, seems still in operation here in 1859. When this photo was taken, this place was becoming officially Victoria Square.  Many beautiful churches will be built in this area. One hundred years later, they have all disappeared.  See this site on an engraving from 1834 www.flickr.com/photos/urbexplo/4864453161

Montreal 1859. The Hay Market> North. McCord Museum Archives / W. Notman. The site says the "Hay Market", the hay market, seems still in operation here in 1859. When this photo was taken, this place was becoming officially Victoria Square. Many beautiful churches will be built in this area. One hundred years later, they have all disappeared. See this site on an engraving from 1834 www.flickr.com/photos/urbexplo/4864453161

En 1925, la Ville de Montréal adopte un règlement qui impose la pasteurisation du lait vendu sur son territoire, à l’exception du lait crû certifié. Entrant en vigueur en 1926, cette nouvelle exigence favorise l’émergence de nombreuses petites entreprises laitières et de leur usine de pasteurisation. Présentes dans plusieurs quartiers, la très grande majorité…

En 1925, la Ville de Montréal adopte un règlement qui impose la pasteurisation du lait vendu sur son territoire, à l’exception du lait crû certifié. Entrant en vigueur en 1926, cette nouvelle exigence favorise l’émergence de nombreuses petites entreprises laitières et de leur usine de pasteurisation. Présentes dans plusieurs quartiers, la très grande majorité…

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